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    Incubator Grant Led to Potential Diagnostic Blood Test for MS
    5 patents as result of ms research australia funding
    13 November, 2019

    The first ever treatment for secondary progressive MS, a form of MS that can follow on from relapsing remitting MS, has been approved in Australia.

    29 October, 2019

    The Federal Government has expanded the PBS listing of fingolimod (Gilenya) and natalizumab (Tysabri) to include younger people. […]

    15 October, 2019

    Although there has been quite a bit of research into the contribution of genes to the risk of […]

    The Australian MS Longitudinal Study

    The Australian MS Longitudinal Study (AMSLS) is a long-term, survey-based, tracking study collecting data of practical use for improving the lives of Australians living with MS.

    MS Research Australia Clinical Trials Network

    The MS Research Australia Clinical Trials Network connects trial sponsors and clinical research organisations with potential trial sites, health professionals and people with MS in Australia and New Zealand.

    Vitamin D MS Prevention Trial - PrevANZ

    The vitamin D MS Prevention Trial is a clinical trial that will test whether vitamin D supplementation can prevent MS in those at risk of developing the disease.

    MS Research Australia Brain Bank

    The MS Research Australia Brain Bank coordinates the collection, storage and distribution of neurological tissue from people with MS for use in research.

    Ms Lillian Toomey
    Curtin University, WA

    GRANT TYPE:

    Scholarship

    Dr Lucinda Black
    Curtin University, WA

    GRANT TYPE:

    Travel Award

    Dr Ai-Lan Nguyen
    University of Melbourne, VIC

    GRANT TYPE:

    Travel Award

    Dr Saadallah Ramadan
    The University of Newcastle, NSW

    GRANT TYPE:

    Incubator

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